Recently Dell introduced to the world its latest PC portfolio for enterprise customers containing updates to its Latitude, OptiPlex, Precision and P-Series ranges. The company singled out its Precision range saying the mobile workstations are now small, lighter and have the ability to undertake workloads that were previously impossible with a mobile workstation. The new products will be made available to customers globally on 22nd May 2018 with the exception of P-Series displays which will be launched on June 25th Dell said in a statement.
Some notable upgrades
Dell is upgrading its Precision 7730 and 7530 mobile workstations to 8th Generation Intel Core and Xeon processors. These PC’s will also come with AMD Radeon WX and NVIDIA Quadro professional graphics and will feature the largest memory capacity available for this type of machine, coming in at a whopping 128GB. The Dell Precision 7530 in particular is a 15-inch device that is VR Ready. Dell is also launching a Precision 5530 convertible laptop complete with a 360-degree hinge allowing the device to be placed in a variety of positions and also supports touch and pen input.
Working with IT departments
Dell says it is seeking to deliver greater security, improved reliability, and a better experience in areas such as multi-display configurations through its Latitude laptops, OptiPlex desktops and P-Series displays. The company says IT departments at major corporations are working with Dell to develop a strategy that provides employees with both the power and flexibility required to get their jobs done no matter where they are and in which ever context fits their lifestyle best. The goal is to achieve all of that whilst also maintaining data security and keeping TCO low says Dell spokesperson Jay Parker.
Taking security seriously
Dell is taking security very seriously and in order to ensure data is protected Dell is offering two services “Dell Data Guardian” and “Dell Encryption” both of which have been purpose built to safeguard file types including proprietary applications that have been developed in-house. These services will also provide protection for Office and PDF’s allowing IT departments the ability to control and enforce policy beyond the company network.